Coconut-Banana Chia Pudding with Lime 香蕉椰奶奇亞籽布丁

For a while, I've been waiting to make this delicious-looking super creamy coconut banana chia pudding from Fedelicioso, and I finally have some ripened bananas on hand! I love anything with banana or coconut, and when I saw her recipe on Instagram, I just knew that I'd have to try it. The end result was indeed very creamy as she described! 


Cherry Tomatoes, Alfalfa Sprouts, and Avocado Greek Yogurt on Matzo 苜蓿芽小蕃茄酪梨希臘優格與蘇打餅

It was a very busy day, and I wanted to use up some leftover ingredients, so I whipped up this yummy "quickie" yesterday morning. The combination of the sweet, juicy cherry tomatoes, the sprouts, the creamy avocado Greek yogurt, and the light, crunchy matzo were soooo good that we ended up having it for both breakfast and lunch!(≧▼≦;) Avocados are rich in vitamin A, C, E, B6, folic acid, and minerals, and contain high-density lipoproteins (a cholesterol that can protect the body against heart disease). It's a great recipe for you when you have very ripe avocado on hand. The topping goes perfectly well with any type of bread or crackers, but if you can get some matzo, you've gotta try it!! It's light, easy and delicious, and is perfect for either breakfast, lunch or snack. I can promise you that you won't have to feel guilty for having a lot of it!!


Matzo Brei Scallion Pancakes with Sriracha Sour Cream 猶太馬佐蔥油煎餅與拉差酸奶油

Having married a Jewish man, I had to learn a thing or two about Jewish cooking. It was all very new to me, from the meaning of kosher, the religious rules, the big Jewish holidays, the challah bread, the blintzes, to the non-rising bread, matzo, etc. The funny thing is my hubby isn't actually kosher, and he isn't the biggest fan of traditional Jewish cooking either. It was I, on the other hand, who took a liking to a lot of the traditional Jewish food, including gefilte fish - which my hubby referred to as one of the most disgusting Jewish foods (>_<), and that was what got me into learning about Jewish cooking in the first place!


Asparagus, Smoked Salmon and Goat Cheese Oeufs en Cocottes (Eggs inPots) 法式燻鮭魚蘆筍烤蛋杯

When I first saw the name, œufs en cocotte (Eggs in Pots), I was thinking, is this some kind of fancy French classic egg dish? Only after I looked it up did I realize that it's actually quite simple, yet also a very elegant dish that is perfect for either your weekly or holiday brunch. You basically crack the egg in a ramekin, then bake it with your favourite vegetables or cheese. Not so difficult, right? Since it's (finally) the beginning of spring, I thought I'd use some asparagus here, as it goes so well with the smoked salmon and goat cheese. It'll be perfect for your spring Sunday brunch!